The best Minibak loadout in Modern Warfare 2
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The current submachine guns in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 are some of the best launch guns we’ve ever seen in the category. Every single one of the weapons is viable in its own way, which is not something that could be said for previous titles. Of course, there are still guns that are considered better than others, with the Vaznev-9K and VEL-46 taking the reins of the meta so far. However, there are other weapons that can easily compete with those SMGs. The Minibak is one such gun that has a tremendous loadout in Modern Warfare 2, yet doesn’t receive the same amount of attention as the meta SMGs.

The Minibak is essentially the PP19 Bizon from previous games. It’s a part of the Kastovia Weapon Platform; the platform is only unlocked after players have reached the right weapon level with the Kastov-762, Kastov-545, Kastov-74u, and the Vaznev-9K. That’s certainly a lot of weapons to unlock, but the end result is worth it, as the Minibak can absolutely decimate opponents, especially up close. Players will need the right loadout in hand to make the SMG competitive, though.

To see the full loadout for the Minibak in Modern Warfare 2, keep reading below.

Best Minibak loadout in Modern Warfare 2

Veterans of COD know that the Minibak’s best attribute is its default magazine size. It has enough bullets in each magazine to take down an entire team if players are accurate enough. To expedite that process, this Minibak loadout focuses on accuracy and mobility; it will ensure players can take down opponents at either close or long range.

  • Muzzle: XTEN RR-40
  • Barrel: BAK-9 279mm Barrel
  • Laser: STOVL DR Laser Box
  • Stock: Otrezat Stock
  • Rear Grip: True Tac Grip

This loadout utilizes all five attachments, but no optic or underbarrel is required. Players could equip either if they wanted, but this loadout works fantastic with just the attachments that are in place.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.